SM Entertainment issues statement about Jaehyun + apologizes AKP STAFF

SM Entertainment issues statement about Jaehyun + apologizes

AKP STAFF



SM Entertainment has confirmed Jaehyun's part of the Dispatch report.
Their statement read, "Hello, this is SM Entertainment. We apologize for causing concern during times when many people are facing hardships due to corona-19. Jaehyun visited an Itaewon restaurant and a bar on April 25th with his friends. However, he did not visit the specific club that was problematic, and it was 7 days before the confirmed patient was in Itaewon. Jaehyun does not have symptoms but as corona-19 spread through the Itaewon club, he voluntarily got tested and the results came back negative. He is currently deeply reflecting on not having been careful despite everyone limiting contact and practicing social distancing. Our label should have also managed our artist so he practiced social distancing even during his personal life, and we apologize for being lacking. We will work harder to manage our artists so something like this does not happen again."
You can read the Big Hit Entertainment statement on Jungkook here, the Pledis Entertainment statement on Mingyuhere, and the Fantagio Entertainmentstatement on Cha Eun Woo here.

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Warren says death of brother from COVID-19 'feels like something that didn't have to happen


Warren says death of brother from COVID-19 'feels like something that didn't have to happen'

 
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said in an interview with The Atlantic published Sunday that her oldest brother's death from the coronavirus "feels like something that didn't have to happen."
Warren told The Atlantic's Edward-Isaac Dovere that her brother Donald Reed Herring had recently recovered from a bout of pneumonia when he contracted COVID-19 earlier this year, and was still in the hospital when he tested positive.
"Pneumonia really takes it out of you. And, you know, he’s old. And so he went to the rehab and was ready to go home. He was packed up and ready to go home when somebody tested positive, and they wouldn’t let him leave," Warren told Dovere.

Trump has a higher approval rating than Obama and Bush at the same point in their presidencies


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Trump has a higher approval rating than Obama and Bush at the same point in their presidencies

Congress enjoyed their highest approval ratings in over a decade

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President Donald Trump enjoyed his highest Gallup approval rating on May 13. Trump's 49% approval rating is better than four of the last six presidents at the same time during their presidencies.


Trump's 49% presidential job approval rating in his 1,209th day in office is higher than Barack Obama's 47% on his 1,209th day in the White House, and better than George W. Bush's 46% on his 1,205th day in office. At the same point in their terms, Bill Clinton had a 55% approval rating, George H.W. Bush was at 40%, Ronald Reagan at 52%, and Jimmy Carter at 38%. Obama, George W. Bush, Clinton, and Reagan each won re-election.
Rasmussen found the identical results for the last two presidents at the same point in their presidencies, with Trump edging out Obama in approval ratings 49% to 47%. Rasmussen marked Trump's high-water mark for job performance approval during his presidency at 53% on Sept. 23, 2019, and April 9, 2019.


Trump's 49% approval rating from Gallup matches his all-time high, which he also received on April 28 and March 22 of this year. In April, Trump enjoyed a 47% approval rate from independents, the highest of his presidency.
Gallup found that 50% of Americans approve of President Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Congress is also experiencing higher poll numbers during the coronavirus pandemic. The Gallup job approval for Congress went up for a second consecutive month and was at 31%, the highest it has been since September 2009. A major reason for the rise was Congress passing the $2.2 trillion COVID-19 relief bill.
Approval of Congress differs based on political parties: 39% of Democrats, 32% of independents, and 24% of Republicans. Congress' approval rating had averaged 17% for the last 10 years, and as low as a 9% approval rating in 2013.

Roque: Govt won’t pay for mass testing of private employees


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Roque: Govt won’t pay for mass testing of private employees


Citing lack of resources, Malacañang said Monday the government will not shoulder the costs of mass testing for COVID-19 to employees amid the eased quarantine measures which allowed people to go back to work.
Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque made the response amid calls for mass testing and Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III saying that workers need not be tested for COVID-19 before allowing them to report back to work, unless they show COVID-19 symptoms.
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“In an ideal world, dapat lahat ng tao, ma-test [for COVID-19]. Pero ang RT-PCR (Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction) testing laboratories natin ay 30 pa lang. Eh dapat, di bababa sa 90. Nagkakaubusan rin ng rapid test kits,” Roque said.
“Alam ko ito for a fact. Sa China, hindi na rin sila naglalabas ng rapid test kits kasi sa Wuhan, 11 million ang gusto nilang i test. Ang US naman po, binibili lahat ng test kits na available. Kaya pahirapan po talaga kaya po private sector na ang bahala bumili para sa mga empleyado,” Roque added.
Roque’s position was contrary to the call of the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) which said on Monday that the government should provide for COVID-19 mass testing for private employees as most businesses do not have the capacity to finance having their workforce tested.

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